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se ] because you don't have a credit card. reasons you use cash. [ bell dings ] baby's hair. fine things. vines in a forest. [ buzz-buzz ] [ audience groans ] ooh. vines in a forest? why is that a beep-beep? it's too descriptive. you can't say "in" or "on" or "around." ah. so "vines in a forest" was too... forest vines. ...descriptive. tangled things? look how close we were to $100,000. was it tangled things? you were very close. that's okay. it was things that are tangled. yeah. [ chuckles ] it's okay. but it's all not lost, man. you won $11,500 in this round, okay? whoo! sorry. well-done. sorry. rosie, well-done. well-done. ohh. won $4,500 earlier, so he has a total of $16,000 for mark. thank you. thank you for playing, man. really appreciate it. mark, great job. gina, thank you. great job on your part. rosie o'donnell, thank you.
kathy najimy, thank you. and thanks everybody at home for watching. we'll see you next time on "the $100,000 pyramid." oh! so close. captions by vitac -- an all new show today with great viral videos "right this minute." a woman sneaks up on someone she hasn't seen in 26 years. the story leading up to the moment the blindfold comes off. >> haven't seen you. immediately, how? >> sorry. >> a tourist psychs himself up at a famous waterfall. >> he's about to jump. >> how he barely cheats death
after a dangerous leap of faith. >> hey, wake up! >> it's a perfect day for a pool party. >> watch what happens. >> the moment an uninvited car barges in. plus, the great ipad mini giveaway is back, buzz word for your shot to win. plus, girls are enjoying a day off school. how she proves you don't mess with mom. >> what? >> 26 years. 26 years. that is a long time to not see a loved one. >> oh, my god. >> especially for sisters. as this heartwarming video unfolds, you see a car with a door propped up. one woman, that's sandy, she has a blindfold on. she just arrived in league city. the woman walking up, her sister. they are reuniting now. >> oh, snap. >> she goes in for the hug,
snatches off the blindfold. and she knew immediately, how? >> family, man, don't forget family. >> just felt it? >> what kept them apart for 26 years? >> life. life happens. >> next video opens with a man standing in the corner on the wall. >> is he in trouble? >> time out. >> did his wife send him over there? >> think about what you've done. >> his niece put him there. standing still, hoping he won't be seen. >> who's he hiding from? >> sister. >> again? how long have these guys been apart? >> 24 years. >> hi. >> his niece is sitting on the couch and greets her mother. >> mom is excited to see her. >> mom, turn around. >> why? >> next up -- >> turn around. turn around.
>> and she starts screaming and they embrace. >> her daughter says she's also been busy with life. she's a single mom and hasn't had time to travel. her brother lives 2,000 mimes away and last time she's seen him, 1992. they've got some catching up to do. >> 21-year-old shiloh sheehan standing at the top of a waterfall, puts his arms up in the air to work up courage here. >> hawaii. >> he's about to jump. >> oh. >> jumping off a waterfall can be fun, but he may have taken on a bigger challenge than he expected. here he goes. >> that was crazy! >> kept going and going and going. >> reported to be about 173
feet. it's not. where is shiloh? >> he's probably injured under the water. >> what? no, no, no, no, no. hey. wake up. >> no. is anyone down there? >> thankfully for shiloh, there were people at the bottom. you'll see. they scramble out to meet shiloh. he's unconscious and floating on top of the water. chlg oh, my god, that's terrible. >> this went from a challenge to a near-death experience. the people swimming out to him, dave mcgrath there with his partner and daughter jane, remarkably, they got the video from the other side. here comes shiloh. pow. >> he's knocked out. >> they pull shiloh to shore. he was unconscious, but did come to. after a few minutes started to regain his memory. he's going to be okay. >> wow. that was a leap of faith if there ever was one. >> surprisingly, shiloh says
he'd do it again. >> no. >> and he plans to do it again. >> more like a leap of fate. the fact these guys were down there and able to save him. just lucky. >> this fella got himself a bit of an announcement. >> we hit 1 million subscribers. major milestone, 1 million subscribers. only one way to celebrate that number. none other than the 1999 first ever came out. >> why should we be excited about that? >> like with any cars, they can get certain values. think like baseball cards, they can become extremely valuable. this was from the first run. extremely rare. you can see it still feels, in fact, i heard it's about $1,300. >> get more valuable, but if he opens and there's something real valuable individually inside,
maybe he gains. peels it off, start pulling off some of the packets and opening them up one by one. >> that black triangle. >> no way, no flipping way. this can't be an error pack. >> error back? >> yes, back in the day, for three or four hours the printing machine was printing out first editions that weren't first editions. what they then did was printed a black triangle over the top of it. one of the packs on e bay can get to $300, but there's more. >> look at this. >> goes inside the box. >> it's absolutely chock-full of the black triangle error packs, which means literally this pack can now go for $11,000. >> that's awesome. >> but it's only worth as much as somebody else is going to pay for. >> what could be in that box?
>> this is the holy grail of cards. >> of course, people already on reddit trying to call fake, saying they've been reopened and resealed, order is wrong. seeing his reaction and everything else, i believe it's real and think it's a super awesome moment. >> oh, my gosh. all right. ladies and gentlemen, it's that time again. we're giving away another ipad mini. >> you're going to need monday's buzz word, be at least 21 years of age and u.s. or canadian resident. >> the buzz word is coming up in a bit. >> time for the "rtm" ipad mini giveaway. >> we have a bad driver coming up on the left side. >> this video short, but you can see pretty quickly what went on here. over to the left, cars passing a
little too close. sideswiped and that suv does not stop. >> idiot. you're going to run. >> guess what, according to who posted this video, they said the florida highway patrol caught up with this person. they were cited for the accident and driving with a suspended license. i like what they said, car pool good. watch what happens. uh-oh, car gets loose, there's a fence. >> oh, no. >> he's running after it. :i feel like i'm watching a commercial for an insurance company. hope you're insured. that is such great video. it's almost -- it's almost comical. >> oli, you are so, so close to
the reality of this. not an insurance commercial, but an ad for an outdoor. they have new outdoor cams and so this is a little bit of fate. >> man, good job, oli. >> i was thinking you want to get away. >> you can't, car is in the pool. you ain't getting away nowhere. ♪ ms. burke has a special gift for three of her students. >> they are about to get the surprise of a lifetime. >> when reading "harry potter" pays off. >> i knew it! >> what? and customs police have cracked a bizarre case. >> what are they, like eagles or parrots? their flea and tick killer doesn't have to be. nexgard, the vet's #1 choice for dogs, is a delicious, beef-flavored chew
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quickly it whipped around? wait, what? >> i love her. and i love them for being so committed. >> can i go? >> here she is, look at his face. he's shocked. >> she could come to my door, i'd be like -- i just read it. >> that's why you're not going. >> the whole harry potter series. as a reward we got to go to wizarding world of harry. >> bus, plane, broom? >> i don't know, but they made it there. check out these pictures, they had a great time. see, more kids should read. there's that. that works, too. >> oli, you've flown a lot in your history as a model and as a human. if you're taking that flight from hong kong to paraguay, you're probably going to have a suitcase where everything is
carefully put in there. >> i don't think your suitcase skills are this good. >> check out what authorities in madrid discovered in a suitcase, seven parrot hatchlings and eggs in the suitcase. let me tell you about the suitcase, it was specially made with a hidden interior, climate controlled, and with an electric power supply, so somebody could smuggle these parrots from paraguay to hong kong, but they were caught in madrid. look at the poor little creat e creatures. when authorities got ahold of them, they said they are in a care of people experts with parrots. these are believed to be blue fronted amazons. adults can go for about $22,000 each. >> i've said it before, i'll say it again, animals are not meant for your entertainment. they are wild animals, leave them in the wild. >> they are going back to paraguay, they will be returned to their homeland, which is what you want for them. on mondays, we like to play
a little game called "real or fake" with -- >> mac dreidel from ebaum's wor world! >> starting with a leafy situation. >> i say that's hanging on a spider web. >> then a fishy story. >> going from one pond to another. >> i want to believe that's real. >> watch and decide. ebaum's world is next. plus, if you didn't know, now you know. we're giving away an ipad mini to a lucky winner. stay tuned for the buzz word and your shot to win. sadness? ♪ it's a tangle of multiple symptoms. ♪ ♪ trintellix (vortioxetine) is a prescription medicine for depression. trintellix may start to untangle or help improve the multiple symptoms of depression. for me, trintellix made a difference. tell your healthcare professional right away if your depression worsens,
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when you have a case of the mondays, we have a solution here on "right this minute." if you're new to the show, i think it's time i introduce you to that, that will be mac dreidel from ebaum's world. >> thank you. the immaculate mac dreidel representing ebaum's world. back for another edition of "real or fake," where you can either keep it real or get the fake out of here. >> this first one we have a leaf that is floating in the air. >> i say that's hanging on a spider web. >> you can see it seems to be hanging from one end. >> i'm going with oli. >> that's a good analysis, i think i agree with that, too. >> me, too, i agree with that. >> all of us agree. what do you say? >> i always like to be the one to bring you the real fact. this is real for sure. leaf on a spider web, going with that. >> video number two. >> all right, guys. you know you've seen all the hoverboard videos, fake after fake. this is a real hoverboard. >> haven't we seen something like this on the show? >> there was another one
trending. they did a flight down in paris and i think this looks like exactly the same one. >> yeah, i think this is real. >> in the beginning of the video it had a fake look to it, but there you see the water, it lands, it's real. >> i say it's real. what do you think? >> i think it's real. >> it was created by frankie zapata who created that one hovercraft that shoots the water down. taking it to the next level. this uses a turbine engine. >> wow. >> he's got to wear a backpack full of kerosene and he's got this mechanism that keeps it balanced. there's only one prototype in existence right now. this is real and i'm so happy about it with all the crafty hoverboards out there. >> why stay on the ground and catch fire when you can have kerosene on your back and do it in the air? video number three. >> little fish. >> i think this is entirely possible because we've seen video of cat fish hopping across
the road. they get back all the way into the water. >> they are claiming that these fish were just moving on their own and going from one pond to another. >> okay. >> i want to believe that's real. >> i feel like they were fished out and put there. >> fished out or put there, fish are capable of doing this. i think this is real. >> i think what we're seeing is real. >> what these are, are climbing perch. they are crossing a road, levels in the water they were in are low and they are trying to find a higher one. these are known as labyrinth fishes. they possess a labyrinth organ that allows them to breathe atmospheric oxygen so they don't have to use gills to get their oxygen. this is how they travel around and survive. this is 100% real. >> professor dreidel. before that i would have said fishy story, now i believe. >> this is one of the really awesome videos that mo.com is putting out.
this focuses on how headlines of their times affected fashion. for example, in the 1910s is when they created artificial silk. in the 1930s. >> that outfit could be so on point today. >> in the '40s we start using the nylon stockings. >> yeah, because the fabric they used before that my grandma tells me those were not fun. >> 1950s apparently is when the stiletto heel made an appearance. in the '70s they said we're getting comfortable. >> shoot, that's me at home. >> it wasn't until the '80s where designer jeans started making a huge appearance. >> i remember. i was 2. >> of course, of course. >> i remember everything. totally. >> the pants. >> remember these? i'm curious to see the current fashion.
everything seems to be 3d printed. >> you know what, i know what it is. you find something that you like, you will constantly look for a style shaped like that, no matter what the decade is. >> true. >> it's time to give away another ipad mini. >> to enter you're going to need the buzz word, be at least 21 years of age, and a legal u.s. or canadian resident. >> head over to rightthisminute.com and click on win ipad. >> enter the buzz word and do it every day. >> let's reveal monday's buzz word. it's birthday. >> so head over to rightthisminute.com, click on the win ipad button, enter today's buzz word, birthday. >> and later this week, it's bonus give away day. that means somebody's winning an ipad mini and somebody's winning a flat screen tv. tune in and good luck. hey, happy birthday, "right this minute". these cutie pies have the
super adorable, people on the internet going crazy. >> this is brandi. brandi's got two daughters. it's the tuesday after a holiday weekend, but they've got the day off. so they think. >> they know they don't have school today, but i'm going to try to trick them or prank them and make them think that they have school right now. >> making them breakfast right now. they don't have school today. they have school today? >> look at the lights in their eyes. >> you guys have school today. >> what? what? >> go get dressed. oh, my gosh, got to get ready for school. >> they race off to their rooms. >> i feel so bad for them. that's a terrible prank. >> my gosh, you guys, so late.
you guys are really, really, really late for school. >> i'm going to immediately give these kids credit for not getting mad. >> they were very obedient. >> i was so shocked. i would have had a breakdown, no! >> this is bad! very, very bad! >> just kidding. there's no school. >> what? >> you faked the entire call and all that? >> mom said she could have dragged it out longer, but they are really sensitive so she didn't want to go too hard on them the first time around. >> did i get you? thanks for hanging out with us today. rightthisminute.com has lots more. we'll see you next time. abc new
are investigating this as a hate crime. gio benitez, abc news, ft. pierce, florida. in northern california, the willard fire is now 10% contained. 500 structures are threatened by the fire. hundreds were evacuated as a precaution. the cause of the fire is under investigation. in illinois, a massive fire in chicago's east garfield park neighborhood destroys a strip mall. 150 firefighters responded to that scene. crews are still working to put out some hot spots overnight. the cause is under investigation. wells fargo is facing new outrage over the huge bonus being paid to a company executive. carrie tolstedt was in charge of the unit where employees opened nearly 200 unauthorized customer accounts. the bank is paying fines. but tolstedt is retiring with almost that much. a $125 million payday. her retirement was announced before the scandal was revealed. apparently, there's evidence the sugar industry has been
steering health and nutrition policy in this country for about half a century. newly discovered documents found though that an industry group paid researchers the link between sugar and heart health and, instead, blamed saturated fat. researchers were not required to disclose who was funding the research. in 1967, harvard has guided u.s. dietary guidelines since then. most parents are giving their kids the wrong amount of medicines according to a brand new study. the measurements may be different than the markings on the cup. most of the times, parents are giving their kids more, sometimes much more medicine than they should. the study recommends the use of oral syringes, instead. new york's finest, coming to the aid of a woman who had her purse stolen. the woman is sitting outside in
her wheelchair, when another woman approaches and grabs the bag containing $100. >> since the robbery, neighbors have pitched in with some money. and yesterday, officers from the local precinct presented her with $130 that they had collected. the gesture brought tears to the woman's eyes. she was saving up that money to go on a cruise one day. >> a former nanny. lives off of her savings. and the hundred from her deceased husband's truck driving days. >> we hope she can go on that cruise. donald trump makes his own mark on pennsylvania avenue. the $200 million renovation that has 2r6r78d one of d.c.'s iconic landmarks in the latest jewel in the trump hotel industry empire. and with pet obesity on the rise, what pet parents are doing to keep fido and fluffy in shape. but first, here's a look at today's high temperatures.
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and nancy pelosi, as you can see there, also took part in the meeting. just five blocks east of that location, of the white house, donald trump has opened up his own address on pennsylvania avenue. >> after a $200 million overhaul, trump has transformed an iconic building into his newest luxury hotel. abc's katherine folders enjoys joins us now with the latest. good morning, katherine. >> good morning, diane and kendis. while it's not the white house, donald trump has made his park on pennsylvania avenue. as of monday, his long awaited luxurious hotel in the nation's capital is finally open to the public. there's donald trump on friday, getting a last-minute glimpse of the finishing touches, and tweeting out this photo from the visit. he's visited the construction site multiple times this year. in march, joining a press conference by hotel workers. >> the hotel is incredible. when completed, it will be one of the great hotels of the world. that's what we're looking
forward to. >> reporter: sitting on an iconic piece of d.c. real estate just a stone's throw away from the white house, the old post office building, built in 1899, was once washington, d.c.'s main post office. the hotel offering top notch features, take your pick, a package for the presidential inauguration. or a $4,000 night in the former office of the postmaster general. complete with a spa designed by ivanka trump. and don't forget the ballroom. >> by far, the most luxurious ballroom. it's actually the largest luxury ballroom in washington and even in the washington area. so it's going to be a very, very special job. >> reporter: the hotel's website touting various amenities for your kids and pets. abc affiliate, wjla got an inside look. >> the rates are high because of the quality of the product. washington, d.c., only had one five-star hotel. >> reporter: but the hotel has been the subject of controversy and various lawsuits. >> we're here to show him and
the world that wherever he goes, there's going to be people all walks of life, all ages, to reject his bigotry. >> reporter: its first guests were greeted monday by protesters. and the original architect and supervisors resigned. the lead chef pulled out of a deal after trump made disparaging remarks about mexicans. now the hotel tells us the official grand opening is in the books for october when we expect a large event diane, kendis? with the entire trump family. >> catherine, thank you. apparently, rooms at the hotel start at $895 a night. >> i used to live in d.c. until a month ago. it's an unbelievably beautiful building. >> absolutely. >> and the top of it has incredible views of all of d.c., the washington monument. and i should point out every four years when you see the president and first lady, or president and first husband, as the case might be, get out there on pennsylvania avenue, out of the limousines, it's usually in front of the post office. it will be interesting to see who gets out in january.
who let the dogs out? >> oh. >> who let the dogs out? >> who let the dogs out? ♪ who let the dogs out who let the dogs out? >> oh. >> who let the dogs out? >> who let the dogs out? ♪ who let the dogs out >> took a while to get to it. >> you know what's funny? you have a problem with the cabbage patch? this song played at my sister's wedding. and no one remembers what the wedding song was. the only song that anyone thinks of when they think of her wed sg "who let the dogs out." we know that obesity is on the rise around the world. >> and the obesity epidemic
isn't just limited to humans any wore. seems like our pets are packing on the pounds, as well. we're up all "nightline" with nick watt. >> reporter: in my hometown, los angeles, pet health is exploding. doggy crossfit. >> try to keep that butt nice and steady, low to the ground. >> dogs do nothing. >> reporter: and there's doga. pretty impressive, right? dog yoga. >> it's been powerful for me and peanut butter. she has allergies and a little anxiety. >> reporter: must confess, the experience is rather lovely. >> just take your right hand up and over. and stretch. >> reporter: look at me. whoops a daisy. got a little wobbly down there. sous cheffing at a beverly hills eatery. is it like a savory sauce? >> it's a secret. >> reporter: the choice of lamb or beef tartar. chia seeds and fish skin garnish. this looks lovely.
the dogs are going to come in and scarf. not for lunching ladies. the paw bar here at pussy and pooch is in the vanguard. compliments to the chef? good? bad? your manners are atrocious. >> grain-free is a popular trend right now. gluten-free. gmos. it's about what you're eating and putting in your body. pet nutrition is a global conversation piece. >> reporter: half of our dogs and cats are overweight or obese. what are we working with here? >> a yogurt icing. >> reporter: doggy dessert. >> you can have a little taste, if you like. >> very edible. >> reporter: a little dog foody. >> not too bad. >> if it's good enough for you, it's good enough for your pet. >> reporter: is bad for you, typically bad for your pet? >> yes. >> reporter: upstairs, they're burning it off.
this is a pet lifestyle center. >> reporter: pet lifestyle center. >> ahead of the curve in settling trends. >> reporter: they're eating right. feeling right. and feeling good about themselves. it's ridiculous. but it's beautiful. >> it is beautiful. they're very well-made. >> reporter: and there's a catwalk. get it? >> reporter: what is roam mow wearing? >> romeo has on a harness, that's leather. little gold mesh. >> reporter: do you like your vest? does it make you feel good about yourself? you put in the hours at the gym, you're eating right, flaunt it, roam mow. we will spend $60 billion total on our pets this year. that's up 75% from the year 2000. i'm nick watt for "nightline," in beverly hills. >> isn't it easier to feed your pets the recommended portions of food. and you go for a run with the pet.
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ryan lochte. >> we had to go to break because we had a little incident. ♪ >> reporter: and in our first glimpse into the cast of 13's ballroom skills. the jive, marilu henner. ♪ boy, you make me feel so tired ♪ marcia brady actress, maureen mccormick, glided across the floor in a vianese waltz, along with country music star jana cramer. ♪ you make me feel like fox trotting, james hinchcliffe, a dangerous woman ♪ musician baby face. ♪ i said honey >> you looked right at home here. >> reporter: model amber rose. and olympic swimmer ryan lochte.
cha-chaing across the ballroom, former nfl star calvin johnson jr. >> the brightest and most infectious smile i have ever seen. >> reporter: former governor rick perry. and vanilla ice dancing to what else? "ice, ice baby." also dancing the cha-cha, laurie hernandez. after the broadcast, it's up to the viewers, casting votes online and by phone. this week, no one is eliminated. kendis and diane? >> all right, lauren. thanks. i'm surprised that vanilla ice went straight for "ice ice baby." i thought they would build up more anticipation for that. >> he has a big discography. including "ninja rap." >> go, ninja, go, ninja, go. in >> go, ninja, go, ninja, go.
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this morning on "world news now," hillary clinton addresses concerns about her health and transparency. >> overnight, the democratic candidate talking about this moment right here. what she says really happened. and why she didn't disclose her pneumonia diagnosis sooner. in florida, new surveillance video shows the suspect police are looking for. he's wanted for setting fire to a mosque connected to the orlando nightclub shooter. details ahead. what happened here? tense moments on the set of "dancing with the stars." two men rushing the dance floor, in apparent protest of ryan lochte. how he and his fellow contestants reacted. and the debate sparked over a teacher's fashion choices. what she sees as perfectly acceptable attire others are calling inappropriate.
we'll explore the debate in "the mix" on this tuesday, september 13th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." the good thing is, we can say we have security all over the place here in-studio. not going the be any sort of bum-rushing that will take place. >> the live studio audience we have here in the middle of the night is really -- could get out of hand. >> it could get out of hand. >> i bet if the we did have a live studio audience, it would get eventful. imagine the people that would come in. >> at this hour. they would all be sober, no doubt. >> i'm proposing we have a live studio audience. we can round them up from the bars in the area before we start. >> we will have a full investigation of what happened on the dance floor and off the dance floor at -- in hollywood, earlier in the evening. what a "dancing with the stars" kickoff. >> i know. we will -- a lot happened today. >> yeah. >> or last night. we'll have to get to that in a moment. we begin this half hour with hillary clinton speaking publicly for the first time about her pneumonia diagnosis.
>> clinton tells cnn, she did not lose consciousness. she was helped into her van on sunday. she said she immediately felt better once she sat down and got some water. >> she also said she was hoping to power through and continue campaigning despite the ill, and didn't disclose the illness s n sooner because she didn't think it would be that big of a deal. abc's cecilia vega has more. >> reporter: hillary clinton calling in to cnn from her home in chappaqua as her team reveals more information about her health. >> i'm feeling so much better and, obviously, i should have gotten more rest sooner. >> reporter: clinton seen leaving the 9/11 memorial early. she nearly collapses as aides and secret service rush to her side. lifting her into the van. >> i felt dizzy, and i did lose my balance for a minute. but once i got in, once i could sit down, once i could cool off, once i had some water, i immediately started feeling better. >> reporter: her campaign
initially said she was just overheated. about two hours later, clinton emerged from daughter chelsea's apartment smiling and waving. >> how are you feeling? >> feeling great. great. >> what happened? >> it's a beautiful day in new york. >> reporter: she posed for a picture with a little girl, but answered no questions. >> thank you all. thank you. >> madam secretary, how are you feeling? >> great. i'm feeling great. >> reporter: more than five hours later, clinton's team finally revealed she had pneumonia, a diagnosis that came on friday during an exam for a cough that clinton said was related to allergies. >> every time i think about trump, i get allergic. >> reporter: it is not the first time clinton has withheld information about her health. in 2012, she fainted at home, hitting her head, suffering
concussion and a blood clot. but her aides downplayed the severity of the injury. it wasn't until journalists spotted her special glasses for double vision that it became clear just how serious that injury was. in 2014, clinton told diane sawyer there was nothing to worry about. >> no lingering effects? >> no lingering effects. nope. >> reporter: clinton was asked why she didn't disclose her pneumonia sooner. >> i didn't think it was going to be that big of a deal. it's that kind of thing, if it happens to you and you're a busy, active person, you keep moving forward. and i think it's fair to say, anderson, that people know more about me than almost anyone in public life. >> reporter: neither candidate has released full medical records. but clinton has provided more information. a two-page letter from her doctor in 2015, declaring her in excellent physical condition. her current medical conditions include hypothyroidism and
seasonal pollen allergies. trump, who would be the oldest to take office, told david he would release detailed health records soon. >> reporter: you're 70. she's 68. do you think the american people deserve to know more about your medical history? >> sure, i do. but i would love to give specifics, as far as i'm concerned. if she wants to do it, i would to it 100%. >> reporter: why not go first? >> i might do that. i might do that. in fact, now that you ask, i think i will do that. >> reporter: you will? >> yeah. >> reporter: to date, all he released is this four-paragraph statement from his doctor, declaring that trump will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency. that doctor later saying he wrote in a rush with trump's car waiting outside. >> five minutes. right at this desk and write that letter while the driver waited for it. >> reporter: trump announcing he will release more information this week. we know that several of hillary clinton's aides in her brooklyn headquarters became sick in recent weeks, including her campaign manager. no word on whether that is connected to the same pneumonia
that hillary clinton has been diagnosed with. get this, donald trump's public reaction to clinton's health scare has been subdued. after slamming clinton's health and stamina for weeks, trump took the high road, saying he hopes she gets well soon. and campaign surrogates were instructed to keep quiet about the issue, but trump couldn't resist raising a few more questions. >> they say pneumonia on friday. but she was coughing badly a week ago and even before that, if you remember. this wasn't the first time. it's interesting to see what is going on. >> trump was not holding back, as he defended his supporters. he is demanding that clinton retract her comments, labeling some of them as deplorables. he is accusing clinton of attacking and demonizing the american voter. breaking overnight, the u.s. has made a major show of force just miles from north korea. the military sent two supersonic
bombers across the sky above south korea. the flight was in response to north korea's latest nuclear test. there was a similar flyover with a b-2 after a january test. as the cease-fire in syria enters a second day, syrian rebels are criticizing a truce plan. 21 insurgent groups have released a statement calling the truce between the u.s. and russia unjust. and saying the international community is not serious about ending the fighting. the united states has confirmed the cease-fire does not include provisions for u.s. and russian-approved air strikes. firefighters in chicago are battling a massive fire in the city's west side. the fire broke out at 7:00 in the evening, and quickly spread. two firefighters suffered heat exhaustion. a witness claims to have overheard a man threatening to burn down a store in that area. a manhunt is under way in florida, for a suspect who started a fire after an attack on a mosque, in ft. pierce. it is the same mosque attended by the orlando nightclub shooter.
the sheriff's department released surveillance video of the suspect, who is later seen running away. >> he was holding a bottle of some sort of fluid. and what appeared to be some papers, or something like that. shortly after the individual approached the building, an immediate, very large flash was observed in the video footage. >> federal investigators are looking to the fire as a possible hate crime. muslim leaders say it was the latest in an escalating campaign of harassment. a preliminary investigation is blaming metal fatigue for an alarming air accident last month. according to the ntsb, a fan blade broke off a southwest 737 with pieces hitting the fuselage and leaving a hole in its outer skin. the plane lost pressure and had to make an emergency landing in pensacola, florida. luckily, there were no injuries. some highway systems in the u.s., including in atlanta and the cincinnati area, resemble
spaghetti. >> a little bit. >> but in england, there was a mess of spaghetti on the highway. a truck spilled its load of 20 tons of spaghetti bolognese all over a major highway. >> no one was injured. and no word on how the accident happened. the road was closed for hours. crews brought in high-pressure hoses to clean up the mess. no word if anyone brought grated cheese. but my favorite part of this story is it happened just 50 miles away from a section of roadway called spaghetti junction. maybe it was destined. >> it was destined to happen. >> maybe they should have turned it into a food party. >> should have eaten it up. >> if it's good enough bolognese, i might have eaten it up. bolognese is so good. >> the five-hour rule. it's okay. >> i feel like you're judging me. >> too late for that. coming up, the security scare on last night's season premier of "dancing with the stars." >> those two men who rushed the stage while ryan lochte was
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28-0. it's the first time they've been shut out since 2011. game one of the doubleheader had pittsburgh visiting washington. and this play summed up the night. the steelers' ben roethlisberger, fires the pass towards sammie coates. it bounces towards teammate, eli rodgers, for the touchdown. >> that's just lucky. >> they meant to the that. >> still counts. >> that was the second of big ben's three touchdown passes on the night. pittsburgh rolled over their divisional rival, the washington redskins. who i used to follow, season past. >> how is that working out for you? >> not anymore. >> i can't imagine why. >> maybe when they changed the name. >> it's not pool, though. you don't have to call the shot. it counts. >> the rams are looking as good as they looked when jack and i were watching "hard knocks."
you haven't seen the terrible towel yet. this is your first. >> no. i have not seen the terrible towel. thanks, jack. how lovely. obviously, a lot of people watching the nfl games to see what happens with protests. another protest played out live on the season premiere of "dancing with the stars." >> why so serious? it happened on stage, as 12-time olympic gold medalist, ryan lochte, was about to be judged. here's abc's juju chang. >> reporter: on the season premiere of "dancing with the stars," it was lights, cameras -- and a whole lot of action. ♪ are you calling me irresponsible ♪ >> excuse me. hey, back off. >> reporter: while carrie ann inaba was critiquing controversial swimmer ryan lochte, two unauthorized men
wearing antilockty shirts walked on stage. the camera stayed on inaba's face as the commotion unfolded just offscreen. lochte and cheryl burke, appear shaken. and tom bergeron takes a break. what the television audience didn't see was the protesters being tackled by security. video was released by "dancing with the stars" after the show. >> i honestly don't know what happened. we were talking about it. we thought it was a joke. >> reporter: the two anti-lochte protesters seen here in handcuffs, telling abc news they were upset because they believe he endangered americans with his disputed claims of being robbed at gun point in rio. after the show, lochte says he is focusing on the future. >> i came out here, no matter what has happened. i changed.
and i want to become a better person. and i came out here and did something totally different. and i had fun doing it. >> reporter: hoping there will be fewer missteps if he makes it on to the dance floor next week. juju chang, abc news, new york. >> that's one way to get the season started. >> i know. should mention that carrie ann said we had a scary moment during the live taping. thanks to our security team and incredible staff, no one got hurt. nothing but positive energy. so far. >> you know, we've been talking about the anthem protest gaining traction. it is worth pointing out that some celebrities spoke out on social media against the protests. particularly the ones that happened sunday night. kate upton, the model, says she supports the players time to rights the to protest, but not the time during the anthem on 9/11. >> rob lowe says it's not their moment. they should stay in the locker room. especially on 9/11 if they want to protest.
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samsung's fire-prone galaxy note 7 is flaming out. the company's stocks, you might say. shares of the world's biggest smartphonemaker dropped 7%, as the tech giant urged owners to exchange them for a different model. >> but samsung is still refusing to call it an official recall which would fort the government to step in. here's abc's david kerley. >> reporter: the controversy over samsung phones continues to blow up. >> i called it exploding. it shot pieces of whatever was inside the phone out. >> reporter: joanie's phone filled her home with acrid smoke.
samsung has not updated numbers. but 11 days ago, said at least 35 of the 2.5 million sold worldwide have now burned. the problem, the lithium battery. the south korean electronics giant has replaced the battery and rushed production of replacement phones. the consumer product safety commission says it will be, quote, independently evaluating the new battery to ensure the consumer will not be harmed. but still, no official recall. >> what samsung did, is like the wild, wild west. consumers are totally confused. >> reporter: the best advice from the company and the government for the owners of these phones, power them down, do not charge them. and no estimate when replacements might be available. david kerley, abc news, washington. coming up, a debate over a teacher wearing tight outfits in the classroom. why fans of nelly are trying to help the rapper pay off what he owes the irs. "the mix" is next. stay with us. irs.
a little touch is all it takes. k-y touch. there's a reason they call there's a reason they call atlanta hotlanta sometimes. >> oh, yeah? >> uh-huh. especially when you look at this one fourth grade teacher. she's the subject of a little bit of controversy. this is paris monroe. imagine walking into your fourth grade kid's class and seeing this as his or her teacher. she is getting a little bit of controversy because of her photos online. and her outfits there at class. they're a little tight. some call her dressing offensive and too sexy. others have come to her defense, that her dress would meet dress code standards if she wasn't a curvy woman. one person tweeting, thank god my teachers didn't look like this coming up or i would never have learned anything.
she points out that she was teacher of the month just recently. what do you think? >> it can't be affecting her job too much if she's teacher of the month, right? >> or maybe it's a popularity contest. how she was judged. >> the students all voted. >> a lot of curves in atlanta and few brakes. >> i think she looks good. nelly fans are mobilizing to stream "hot in here" for an interesting reason. nelly reportedly owes the irs $2.4 million. so, the fans are banding together, under the hash tag #savenelly. they're trying to help bail him out by streaming "hot in here" enough times, they hope, to win nelly enough royalties to pay off the debt. in order for this plan to work, they would have to stream "hot in here" nearly 300 million times to pay off the debt. >> that's like "gangnam style" repeats.
>> "gangnam style" on youtube, is about 2.4 billion. maybe there's hope. but unclear how far they've gotten. >> i'm not sure i'm a fan of "hot in here." "dilemma" was a good one. but speaking of hot in here, it got out out there on the pitch, or on the actual football field. did you see this play by antonio brown? he was flagged for sexually suggestive touchdown dance. he gets a touchdown. and then, it's getting hot in here. >> a little twerking? >> yeah. i think he actually nailed it, quite a bit. 26-yard touchdown, $12,000 fine. >> for the dance move? >> yes. i think it's worth it. >> you think it's worth it? >> it was worth it. >> all right. and the next one, doesn't need much explanation. these are two red heelers. they're getting up to shenanigans. this is their latest adventure. one didn't feel like walking. >> what do you call that?
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this morning on "world news now," hillary clinton opens up about the illness, keeping her from the campaign trail and accusations about her transparency, as donald trump seems to take the high road about his opponent's health, despite one small comment. and new details on the tragic fire in memphis. a vigil held overnight for the victims, six children among them. we'll have more from what investigators are learning from that scene. and this half hour, we have some incredible, new video. is it too good to be entirely true? >> you decide. gopro footage, showing a 22-year-old having an encounter with a great white shark. he says he fought him off. but can something more sinister be lurking beneath this story? and season 23 "dancing with the stars" kicks off as the show is brought to a halt by protesters rushing the stage as ryan lochte was about to be
judged. hear what we're learning this morning about the security scare. we have the full story on "the skinny" on this tuesday, september 13th. we're not overexaggerating that one. that really did happen. >> the ryan lochte thing, yes. the shark attack, we have to discuss. i'm diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. hello on this tuesday. we're going to get started with the latest from hillary clinton, from her own mouth, in fact, trying to reassure her own voters as she recovers from pneumonia. >> clinton texted supporters saying he is feeling fine and getting better. she phoned into cnn last night saying she will be back on the campaign trail in the next couple days. and she addressed criticism that failure to disclose her illness amounts to a lack of transparency. >> i didn't think it was that
big of a deal. it's that thing, if it happens to you, and you're a busy, active person, you keep moving forward. i think it's fair to say, anderson, that people know more about me than almost anyone in public life. >> clinton acknowledged that she got dizzy and lost her balance. but insisted she never lost consciousness. she said she felt better immediately after getting into her air conditioned van and drinking some water. >> and donald trump wished clinton well and mostly refrained from attacking her on the health scare. but trump ripped into clinton over her comments that categorized many of his supporters as deplorables. >> it's "your voice, your vote"" here's abc's tom llamas. >> reporter: donald trump, with the campaign trail all to himself. sending a get well soon message
to clinton. >> it was quite sad, to be honest with you. i hope she gets well soon. no satisfaction, believe me, whatsoever. >> reporter: his team which has been jabbing at clinton's health for weeks, instructing surrogates to keep quiet. but trump couldn't resist saying this. >> they said pneumonia on friday. but she was coughing very, very badly a week ago. and
even before that, if you remember. this wasn't the first time. it's interesting to see what is going on. >> reporter: trump, focusing, now, on clinton's words. turning them against her in this new ad. >> you can put half of trump's supporters in what i call the basket of deplorables. the racist. sexist. homophobic. xenophobic. islamophobic. you name it. >> you, you and you, deplorable. >> reporter: clinton said she was grossly generalistic. adding, i regret saying half. that was wrong. >> she divides people into baskets, as though they were objects, not human beings. carpenters, welders, the young, the old, and millions of working class families who just want a better future. and a good job.
these were the people hillary clinton so viciously demonized. >> reporter: trump, who has refused to apologize for his own controversial statements about women, muslims and minorities, is now demanding a true apology from clinton. >> if hillary clinton will not retract her comments in full, i don't see how she can credibly campaign any further. >> reporter: the republican nominee, adding to the drama surrounding the debates, now, just two weeks away. >> i'm going to be treated very, very unfairly by the moderators. i think maybe we should have no moderator. let hillary and i sit there and debate. i think the system is being rigged. it's going to be a very unfair debate. >> reporter: tom llamas, abc news, new york. a house republican has issued a subpoena to a high-ranking fbi official, aimed
at accessing the full case file on clinton's e-mail investigation. congressman jason chaffits says many of the fbi records were blacked out or missing altogether. the republicans have challenged the fbi's decision not to prosecute clinton over the use of a private e-mail server. but democrats say they're trying to figure out and undermine clinton's presidential bid. president obama could be in for a fight with congress over a bill that allows 9/11 families to sue saudi arabia. the house and the senate have passed the justice against sponsors of terrorism act, but the white house says the president will veto the bill. 15 of the september 11 hijackers were saudi nationals. but saudi arabia has denied involvement. some families have written the president, asking him to sign the bill. but the white house argues, it could lead to other countries enacting similar laws against the u.s. jury selection is under way for the second time in the case of an atlanta area dad who left his child in a hot car. justin harris has pled not guilty to murder in the death of his 22-month-old son. earlier this year, a judge
ordered the trial move out of atlanta, after not enough impartial jurors could be seated. jury selection is expected to take the rest of this month. her family hopes new video may help find karina vetrano's killer. the woman is seen jogging in new york city here, moments before she was killed. police have few leads in the 30-year-old woman's murder. this video was released by the tv show, "crime watch daily." and police and vetrano's family hope it may provide some leads. a vigil was held last night in memphis for three adults and six children who were killed in a house fire. one child who survived remains in critical condition, on life support. abc's steve osunsami has more on that deadly fire. >> we possibly have other victims inside. let's assist inside if you can. >> reporter: firefighters who raced to this small brick home are grieving. the family they came to rescue was trapped behind flames. and most of the windows were blocked by security bars like this one, which had to be removed.
>> we located an additional victim for a total of five. cpr is in progress. >> reporter: it was too late. three adults and six children lost their lives. one child is hanging on in critical condition. we spoke with their grandfather, who says his heart hurts. >> i love my grandchildren. my grandbabies. now all of my grandbabies are gone. >> reporter: authorities say the fire began in the living room, caused by a faulty power cord from an air conditioning unit. they found a smoke detector and believe it was working. >> nothing in our training can prepare us for this heartbreaking event. >> reporter: the fire department is going door to door across this city installing free smoke detectors. steve osunsami, abc news, memphis. now, to maryland, where several children were evacuated after their bus suddenly caught fire. a nearby resident saw the disaster unfolding and helped the kids off the bus and into her home. no word on what caused that fire. north carolina is facing more fallout over its controversial transgender bathroom law.
the ncaa is relocating all championships scheduled to played in this state this school year. the move comes eight weeks after the nba called the all-star game out of charlotte. a spokesperson for north carolina's republican party called the ncaa decision, quote, absurd. the move will cost the state games in the division i men's basketball tournament in march. look at this dramatic picture of a 12-year-old boy literally standing up to demonstrators protesting against gay marriage. it happened over the weekend in mexico. the photographer told local media, the boy's uncle is gay. and the boy said he hated the hatred he believes that protest represented. more migrants have been rescued from the mediterranean sea. the italian coast guard says it picked up 350 people in three separate operations yesterday. after rescuing 3,400 refugees over the weekend alone. most of the people were trying to get to europe aboard overloaded inflatable rafts. and among them was this newborn baby. born aboard a rescue ship, just 24 hours after his nigerian
parents were picked up. neumann otis, was delivered by a doctors without borders midwife. his mother was terrified she would give birth on the raft. because neumann was born in international waters, doctors without boarders says his nationality is under discussion. >> that will be an interesting debate. >> it will be. coming up, a gopro camera captures an incredible image. is it credible? >> is it true. we're going to hear what the college kid who shot the video says about his encounter with a great white. also ahead, the somber anniversary of the jonbenet ramsey murder case. we'll hear from her brother, speaking out publicly for the first time in 20 years. first, here's a look at today's forecast. ♪ >> "world news now" weather, brought to you by vista print. you by vista print.
at first, tyler mcclellan at first, tyler mcclellan thought his friends were pulling his leg. playing a joke on him while he was swimming off the coast of santa barbara in southern california. then, he realized, it was actually a shark. and it was literally pulling his leg, chomping on his toes. he said he thought he was going to die. he caught the scene on a camera that was mounted on his spear gun and got off a shot that hit the shark. it swam away, and so did the 22-year-old college student. he only suffered two broken toes. the white house has issued a call for nsa whistleblower edward snowden to face charges. snowden has been living in russia since leaking classified details about the government's
warrantless surveillance program in 2013. if convicted, he could face 30 years in prison. the white house insists snowden would be treated fairly if he returns to the u.s. now to the mystery that's captured much of the nation's attention for nearly 20 years and is about to open up a new chapter. >> the brother of jonbenet ramsey is speaking out publicly for the first time since his young sister was found murdered in the basement of their colorado home. here's abc's clayton sandell. >> reporter: burke ramsey was just 9 when his sister, jonbenet, was murdered. 20 years later, he's speaking out for the first time. talking to dr. phil in the first of three interviews. >> do you remember waking up that morning? >> yep. the first thing i remember was my mom bursting into my room, really frantic. i remember her saying, where is my baby? where is my baby? >> reporter: when the 6-year-old beauty queen was found dead in her family basement at christmas, investigators focused on an outside intruder, but quickly honed in on her parents, john and patsy. >> mr. ramsey, did you kill jonbenet?
>> no, i did not. >> mrs. ramsey, did you kill your cower? >> no, i did not kill my daughter. >> reporter: burke would later fall under suspicion, too. that morning, he recalls staying in bed as police arrived. >> i was scared. i didn't know if there was a bad guy downstairs that my dad was chasing off with a gun. i had no idea. >> reporter: burke ramsey was reportedly paid for the interview. he and his parents were cleared as suspects and the case remains open. burke says he realizes that some people thought he and his parents were involved with what happened here. but he says he is doing the interview now to honor jonbenet's memory so no one forgets. clayton sandell, abc news, boulder. >> and jonbenet's mom died several years ago. still no answers in that case. >> it's such a bizarre case, especially with the false people who have come out and confessed to the crime. and turns out they weren't credible, either. lots of twists and turns in that one. you have to hope for the family
♪ skinny ♪ skinny so skinny ♪ time, now, for "the skinny," starting with season 23 premiere time, now, for "the skinny," starting with season 23 premiere of "dancing with the stars." >> so, the big headlines, this morning isn't the dancers necessarily. but the security scare that brought the show to a standstill. >> excuse me. off. excuse me. >> wow. okay. >> carrie ann inaba was about to judge 12-time olympic gold medalist ryan lochte when protesters rushed the stage. those chaotic moments were not shown on the actual broadcast. >> from this exclusive angle, you see the security officers approach the men on the dance floor. those men were wearing anti-lochte t-shirts. and they actually tackled them. nobody was hurt. but many in the ballroom was shaken up by the incident. >> something that has never happened before. carrie ann gave credit to the
security forces that moved in quickly. before the security scare, lochte did the fox trot with his partner, cheryl burke. looking a little more comfortable in the pool than on the dance floor. but len goodman said he performed at a high level. >> ooh, coming from len. that's a lot. >> yeah. >> doesn't look so bad. don't forget, marcia, marcia, marcia. i bet she's never heard that before. maureen mccormick was perhaps the most excited contestant ever to dance on the show. she couldn't stop gushing after her viennese waltz. even got some support from the audience, specifically from her former "brady bunch" mom florence henderson, in the audience and cheering her on. >> she got some relatively poor scores, but she was still like, this is the best thing that ever happened to her. >> and the judges couldn't have been nicer about those low scores they were giving her. >> this was awkward.
former governor, rick perry, former presidential candidate, as well. said he wanted to get his dance moves all set before his daughter's upcoming wedding. >> unfortunately, that's what he looked like. a guy dancing at a wedding. his dance partner has her work cut out for her. but can't say the man didn't put in effort. >> that's an insult to the guy who is dancing at the wedding. okay. so, let's get to the winners of the night, shall we? it was a tie. you have the race car driver here. james hinchcliffe, who wowed the judges with a fox trot, with partner sharna burgess. >> gymnast laurie hernandez did the cha-cha with val chmerkovskiy. and look at her go. i feel like laurie is coming into this with high expectingations. she is a gymnast. there is some dancing involved in that. she said it herself, everybody knows she is flexible. that's a bit of an advantage. >> exactly, yeah. >> but now she has to -- she's
already set the bar high. we have to see where she goes from now. both couples now lead the leaderboard with 31 points. >> that's not fair for a gymnast. next, to a stunning admission from miley cyrus. >> despite her obvious love of taking pictures of herself, the singer is apparently done posing for professional photographers on the red carpet. >> the new voice coach tells "elle" in the october issue, that she will never do a red carpet again. why? when people are starving why am i on this carpet that's red? because i'm important or famous? that's not how i roll. it's like a skit. it's like "zoolander." >> she has confessed she hasn't employed a publicist since last year. these days, cyrus says she uses her own social media channels and enjoys a direct relationship with her fans. what she didn't clarify, a lot of times, mtv, the video music awards and the movie awards, they have a purple carpet. maybe she will still do the purple carpet.
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wkrn. >> that's what's making news this morning. making news in america this morning, hillary clinton's first comments about her health. she says she's feeling better following sunday's scare as donald trump wishes clinton well, but also hitting her for what she said about his supporters. we're live in d.c. see the scare on "dancing with the stars" after ryan lochte made his debut. protesters hit the dance floor. hear why they were there and what lochte said about it afterward. and new this morning, a frightening landing after a plane's landing gear malfunctions. the jet skidding across the tarmac with a dangerous payload on board. and a close encounter with a great white shark caught on camera. see how a swimmer saved himself just inches from this predator.